The Jitterbug: Part one of a three part series in instructional videos teaching the Jitterbug, this video is a good one for beginning dancers because even the dance frame is explained at the beginning.
Rockabilly, which combined rock 'n' roll and hillbilly a la Elvis, was an intense, rhythm-driven music that made for very busy dancing, like the Jitterbug of the 1940s and the Charleston in the 1920s.
The Jitterbug, a simple cell phone which features larger buttons and convenient customer service assistance.
About 160,000 Jitterbug units were recalled in mid-2009 because they ran the risk of not successfully connecting to 911 in an emergency if they were in a no-service area.
Samsung and Jitterbug reached out to affected customers in order to arrange them.
Even the name, "Jitterbug," is designed to evoke a response to the classic dance, and the website talks about how the phone is aimed at baby boomers and their parents.
Not surprisingly, you will not find any information easily available on the Jitterbug website - though you can easily find out how to tell them how much you love their phones.
However, not all dances are judging talent, the 50's and 60's were famous for endurance dance competitions along with jitterbug and swing dance competitions.
Choose from Lindy Hop, Jitterbug, or West Coast Swing.
The soundtrack album for The Wizard of Oz includes the track Jitterbug, which was cut from the film.
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